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Taught by Sarah d'Evegnee
|Friday, August 2||11 a.m.||Ricks 161|
When Sarah d'Evegnee isn't burning calories by chasing after her seven children who are ages 14 and under, she is planning parties, sewing clothes, playing music, or teaching English at BYU-Idaho.
Her favorite place to be is at home, surrounded by the noise, chaos, and love of her family. d’Evegnee has been a speaker at EFY, Be the Best You, the Dixie College Women's Conference, and the Kanab Women's Conference.
d’Evegnee has her M.A. in English, with an emphasis on Women's Studies and 20th Century American Literature.
1. The meaning of the word mother and how we can change it2. I choose to be a mother—owning our role